Utility week Vienna 3-5 november 2015: Presentation of the ARGUS Substation automation portfolio!

Utility week Vienna 3-5 november 2015: Presentation of the ARGUS Substation automation portfolio!
Register for free and visit Bausch Datacom at Utility week Vienna 3-5 november 2015! Bausch Datacom will be presenting the second generation of its RTU and modem products at booth Am57. On wednesday 4 november there will be also a dedicated presentation of the ARGUS substation portfolio at the KIC-Innoenergy booth B.c09.

Bausch Datacom presents a specific portfolio of GPRS, 3G, CDMA 450 MHz RTU's and modems, EV charging infrastructure electronics and is participating in the engineering of innovative sensor technologies for electricity substations for the years to come . The company focuses on 4 major (communication) aspects of the electricity grid: IEC 60870-5-104 SCADA communication, external meter reading communication, EV charging infrastructures and ‘Active Substation ' technology. The company can be found at booth Am57. You can register for free here.

 

On wednesday 4th of november there will be a specific presentation of the ARGUS substation monitoring portfolio at the KIC-Innoenergy booth B.c09. The Argus system is a modular and multi-functional communication, measurement and analysis platform for monitoring and controlling equipment in electrical energy distribution systems. Its sub-modules offer electrical measurements, power quality monitoring, directional fault detection, fault recording, and continuous data recorders, including event recording. Also, digital and analog channels for system automation are offered. Argus meets standards for security, compliance and long-term reliability - all backed by Bausch Datacom's global system expertise that effectively combines complementary components into solutions for a Smarter Grid.

 

 

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